IEP Chandigarh, December 26 –
Haryana Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal said that the state government had never announced the release of Rs 15 crore to the municipal bodies and Panchayati Raj institutions. If any institutions still need financially help then the state government certainly provided all possible help to them, he added.
The Chief Minister was speaking during the first day of the winter session of the Vidhan Sabha while responding to a question raised by MLA, Sh. Bishan Lal regarding the release of funds to the financially weak municipal committees.
Sh. Manohar Lal said that the funds of the Central Finance Commission and State Finance Commission are provided to the Municipal Committees from time to time. These committees also have self-income, if any institution remains financially weak after spending all these funds, then the state government helps it as per the requirement, he added.
The Chief Minister said that at present, Radaur municipality still has an amount pending allocated by the Central Finance Commission and State Finance Commission. The municipality has a total balance of Rs 4 crore. First, this amount should be spent, after that, the state government will consider their demand if there is a need.
Haryana Deputy Chief Minister, Sh. Dushyant Chautala in response to a question raised by a member of the House in the winter session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha today said that the total length of Brij Parikrama falling in the state of Haryana is 37.85 kms, out of which 6.25 kms falls in Punhana constituency and 31.60 kms in Hodal constituency.
He further stated that a road of 30.10 km length already exists in Hodal constituency and for remaining 1.50 Km the government has accorded administrative approval for the purchase of land which is under process through e-Bhoomi portal. He further informed that the bridge over Yamuna river is to be constructed by the Uttar Pradesh (UP) government.
In response to another, the Deputy Chief Minister said that a traffic survey will be conducted on the road from Tohana to Ratia, if the number of vehicles is found to be within the rules, the road will be made four-lane.
In response to another question regarding the making of a four lane road from Pipli to Yamunanagar by a member of the house, Sh. Dushyant Chautala, said that the state government has requested the central government to declare this route as a national highway, it is known that a proposal in this regard has been made. If the central government is not able to make it under Bharatmala project, then by establishing a state highway, the state government will work to widen this route to four lanes.
Haryana Agriculture and Farmers Welfare Minister, Sh. JP Dalal said that a drain of about 1,700 feet length has been dug from the land of Gram Panchayat for drainage of rain water in Juan and for cementing this drain; the scheme costing Rs. 105.00 lakh has been put in the agenda for approval in the forthcoming 54th meeting of Haryana State Drought Relief & Flood Control Board (HSDR&FCB).
Sh. JP Dalal was replying to a question raised during the winter session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha here today.
Haryana Sports and Youth Affairs Minister, Sardar Sandeep Singh said that the facility of Astroturf ground for hockey is available in the Sports Complex, Sector-4, Sonipat.
This information was given by Sardar Sandeep Singh today in response to a question raised during the winter session of the Haryana Vidhan Sabha.
He informed that there is a district level stadium in Sonipat district. In addition, there are 4 sub-divisional stadiums, 16 Rajiv Gandhi Rural Sports Complexes and 19 mini/rural stadiums. Apart from this, 71 sports nurseries are being run in Sonipat, in which 41 are being run through private coaches and 30 through government coaches.
He informed that Kabaddi Hall at village Rindhana district Sonipat at a cost of Rs. 939.20 lakh and facility centre at Subhash Stadium, Sonipat at a cost of Rs. 325 lakh is under construction. There are 20 coaches and 18 junior coaches of various sports in Sonipat district who are providing training.
Sardar Sandeep Singh said that the state government has laid special emphasis on promoting sports infrastructure in the state. At present there are 3 state level sports complexes, 21 district level sports stadiums, 25 sub-divisional stadiums and 163 Rajiv Gandhi Rural Sports Complexes in the state. Apart from this, 245 mini/rural stadiums, 09 swimming pools, 09 multipurpose halls, 11 synthetic athletics tracks, 14 hockey astroturf and 2 artificial football turfs are available in the state. 238 coaches and 365 junior coaches are imparting training in various sports across the state.
He informed that 1100 sports nurseries have been started by the department to promote sports at the grass root level. Similarly, 9 day-boarding, 08 residential sports academies have also been opened across the state to train talented players. A proposal is under process to appoint 202 coaches on contract basis for providing coaching/training to budding players across the state.
Apart from this, a sports hostel has been constructed at a cost of Rs. 1318.54 lakh under the Scheduled Castes Component Plan in district Ambala.
He said that in all the district level stadiums of the state (except Ambala, Charkhi Dadri, Kurukshetra Nuh and Panchkula), facility centres have been constructed for the office of District Sports and Youth Programme Officer at an estimated cost of Rs. 3 crore. The construction work is underway in Sonipat and Jhajjar.
He informed that with the approval of the Chief Minister, Sh. Manohar Lal, directions have been issued to all the Deputy Commissioners through the District Sports Council to provide basic machinery and appoint a groundsman in each Rajiv Gandhi Rural Sports Complex. All the Deputy Commissioners have been requested to repair the Rajiv Gandhi Rural Sports Complexes under MGNREGA through the District Sports Council of the concerned district.
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